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Can you repeat that for us Mr.Graham?
Lindsey Graham might not always make the best decisions, but when he actually gets to telling the truth it is a good day.
By now, everyone has heard of The most recent Trump-McConnell feud, and Graham is taking the high road and urging them to work together.
President Trump IS the most important Republican in the entire party. Prior to Trump there were many people who would not even consider The GOP.
I am one of those people, and I still do not like political parties, but here we are.
Without Trump there really is no future for the GOP……
It is high time Mitch McConnell put both feet aboard The Trump Train, rather than his usual hokey-pokey routine.
The people love Trump. Get with it, or get out!
Check it out:
Fox News reported:
The Republican Party appears split after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and former President Donald Trump exchanged harsh statements following Trump's impeachment acquittal by the Senate over the weekend, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told "Hannity" Tuesday the feud has got to stop.
"Mitch McConnell working with Donald Trump did a hell of a job. They’re now at each other’s throat," he said. "I’m more worried about 2022 than I’ve ever been. I don’t want to eat our own."
"President Trump is the most consequential Republican in the party," Graham continued. "If Mitch McConnell doesn’t understand that, he’s missing a lot ... We need to knock this off."
The Associated Press also had a related report:
Just two weeks ago, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy declared Donald Trump culpable in the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol. By Thursday, he was seeking his political support.
A private meeting between the two men at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort signaled a remarkable turnaround in the former president’s stature among elected Republicans. In the immediate aftermath of the insurrection Trump inspired, the idea that he would enjoy any sort of kingmaker role in his post-presidency seemed highly unlikely.
But following an initial wave of condemnation, Republicans appear to be warming toward Trump, fully aware that his supporters are poised to punish anyone who displays disloyalty. With that in mind, party leaders are working to keep Trump in the fold as they focus on retaking the House and Senate in 2022.
The realignment with Trump comes as those who have crossed him continue to feel the burn. Trump ally Matt Gaetz, R-Florida, spent the day in Wyoming trying to take down Rep. Liz Cheney, the No. 3 House Republican, who voted for Trump’s impeachment. Amid the backlash, Senate Republicans largely made clear this week that they have no intention of convicting Trump.